Indian Punjab Hoshiapur folding octagonal table (42 x 42cm)

£ 280.00

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Height: 42cm  |  Width: 42cm

Workshops were created to serve the Anglo Indian market circa 1900 and sold throughout hill stations and cantonments and likely outlets in close-by Lahore and Delhi. Doubtless the clever design was intentionally made for easy shipment. The styling in hardwood such as Padouk and based on earlier Mysore products in a combination of Moorish and Indian taste these tables came in four or five sizes invariably inlaid with either brass, copper, bone and ebony or a combinations. Our table here was made out of a lighter shade of hardwood decorated with brass and copper inlay with ebony stringing.

• early 20th cent

FURNITURE IS SHIPPED TO UK ONLY - FOR OTHER POSSIBLE DESTINATIONS, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH

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